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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Indoor pool
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... what they considered was of benefit to their occupation and very little else. Then Ghandi came along and said "Enough", we want independence. The British succumbed and left the country as a victim of rape (Churchill himself was very ****** off about India's desire to be independent). And so India became one nation for the first time on 19th August 1947. Even then there were some states still aligning with Pakistan up to Nov 1949. So this Nation has only been pulling in ONE direction as ...
... river. She was able to see everything we saw, just not from the boat. She also dipped her foot in the Ganges, which was brave! It was time for breakfast back at the hotel and some downtime before seeing a few more temples in the afternoon.
DJ and the driver picked us back up and we were scheduled to visit 3 different temples, all different in style and function. The first one was only 5 miles from the hotel, but the chaos ...
... lands in Delhi. When the Türe airplane opens, comes to meet we a warm air prize. Finally times no iron cold weather and no snow!
First I look for myself a Bankomat, since I am absolutely by transfer. Simple serving of the money automat is however more difficult than meant, which does not become “swallowed” the map by the automat and instead BEFORE the PIN input must be removed immediately. After some attempts, an airport employee is so nice ...
... we left to go for lunch. Our meal was served at a local community "hall". We were asked to remove our shoes, then sit on the ground in front of wooden planks. In front of us was a tin plate, a metal spoon and a bowl made of paper. A man, dressed in traditional clothing, served us lentil soup, bread baked in outdoor ovens and a sweet called "charmu". The meal was delicious. After our meal we walked around the village, we noticed that the people stopped ...
... forced to work, bad home environment or extreme poverty. The former street child told us a story about how at 11 he left and caught a 3 day train to Delhi in hopes of a better life. Thankfully a person from the street kids group found him and brought him in. He was taught Hindi and English and educated. Unfortunately many more kids aren't so lucky right away. Some of them are blinded by begging ring leaders, others get into drugs, the most common being huffing ...